Fodor's Expert Review Little Museum of Dublin
This clever, eclectic little museum, one of Dublin's best, sets out to tell the history of Dublin in the last hundred years through changing exhibitions of the objects and stories of its citizens. The collection includes art, photography, ads, letters, objects, and ephemera relating to life in the capital since 1900. Housed in the first floor of a Georgian building, it even has an interesting section on U2 and how the city shaped them. There's a slightly informal, hodgepodge feel to the place, but that just adds to the pleasure of strolling around and taking it all in. The museum has regular, free guided tours for visitors and holds fascinating talks.